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Where is Integration in a Microservices world?

9th November 2015 in London at CodeNode

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Integration is about connecting disparate systems together. Ways of approaching that problem have appeared in many guises, including ETL (extract/transform/load) in the data world and ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) in the SOA world.

This talk examines how microservices alter all of this: what integration capabilities are still needed (and where), and how they re-emerge in the microservices space in a new guise.

Integration is all about boundaries, and crossing them: so this talk will also go into the multiple considerations when integrating between on-premises and cloud.

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Where is Integration in a Microservices world?

Kim Clark

Kim started in IT in 1993 as a programmer in a variety of languages and has been working on application development and integration projects ever since. His primary interest is integration design and he presents/writes on collated design practices whenever the day job allows.

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Integration is about connecting disparate systems together. Ways of approaching that problem have appeared in many guises, including ETL (extract/transform/load) in the data world and ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) in the SOA world.

This talk examines how microservices alter all of this: what integration capabilities are still needed (and where), and how they re-emerge in the microservices space in a new guise.

Integration is all about boundaries, and crossing them: so this talk will also go into the multiple considerations when integrating between on-premises and cloud.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Where is Integration in a Microservices world?

Kim Clark

Kim started in IT in 1993 as a programmer in a variety of languages and has been working on application development and integration projects ever since. His primary interest is integration design and he presents/writes on collated design practices whenever the day job allows.

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